DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Wings today announced that all Tuesday night home games this season will feature special merchandise and concession offers for Joe Louis Arena patrons. Designated Two-Fer Tuesdays, these special evening matches will give fans the chance to purchase Wings-branded apparel items like winter hats and t-shirts at a two-for-one rate, with concession items such as hot dogs also set to be made available for a similar such bargain.
Exact deals set to be offered as part of this promotion will be revealed prior to each game. A complete Two-Fer Tuesdays schedule for the 2011-12 Detroit Red Wings season presented by Amway can be found below:
2011-12 TWO-FER TUESDAYS SCHEDULE November 1 vs. Minnesota Wild (7:30 p.m.) November 8 vs. Colorado Avalanche (7:30 p.m.) December 27 vs. St. Louis Blues (7:30 p.m.) February 14 vs. Dallas Stars (7:30 p.m.)
RED WINGS FANS ABLE TO BUILD THEIR OWN TICKET PLANS ONLINE! Excitement abounds in Hockeytown as the defending NHL Central Division Champion Detroit Red Wings gear up to take another run at Lord Stanley’s Cup in 2011-12. Red Wings fans looking to attend multiple games while receiving great benefits are currently able to customize their own 10 & 20-game ticket plans by logging on to DetroitRedWings.com and becoming a Partial Season Ticket Plan Holder.
Starting as low as $290 per package, the outstanding benefits of obtaining a Red Wings Partial Season Ticket Plan include savings on box office prices, the ability to purchase playoff seats before they go on sale to general public, and an invitation to exclusive events such as an open practice at Joe Louis Arena. With dozens of exciting match options to choose from, Red Wings Partial Season Ticket Plans also allow fans the opportunity to build their own unique packages and select which action-packed NHL contests they’d most like to enjoy in 2011-12.
More information on Red Wings Partial Season Ticket Plans as well as Full Season Packages can be obtained by calling (313) 396-7575, or by visiting DetroitRedWings.com.